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Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq:CPWR) Tuesday announced five technology predictions for 2014.
Global businesses of all sizes face pervasive technology failures, with more than half registering a significant technology failure within the past year and 81 percent indicating they had the same fiasco occur multiple times, a Compuware Corporation (Nasdaq:CPWR) survey found.
Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR) announced that it will be monitoring and analyzing the critical mobile performance of top retailers in the United States and provide ongoing analysis and commentary on the performance of retailers’ mobile sites during peak shopping periods.
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Detroit-based Compuware Corp. (Nasdaq: CPWR), which provides application performance management technology to a wide variety of businesses, said Thursday that it will provide daily analysis of the HealthCare.gov site to determine if improvements being made throughout November are having a positive impact on performance.
Compuware Corp. added two new board members Thursday.
If you’re trying to sell something online via mobile devices, a new survey from Compuware Corp. shows you how long you’ve got to grab the attention of mobile shoppers. Three seconds. Or else.
Covisint Corp. (Nasdaq: COVS), the secure collaboration technology provider spun out of Compuware Corp., announced at the Los Angeles Auto Show announced the results of a new study that highlights how the car-buying public perceives automotive value related to cloud-based, connected services.
Compuware Corp. Friday tried to reassure its shareholders that it’s continuing to find ways to boost the company’s share price, a day after a Wall Street hedge fund urged Compuware management to sell the company — or parts of it, including its downtown Detroit headquarters.